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OMA member Kristina Sawyckyj talks about her experience of being a homeless college student during a meeting on gentrification in the Pavilon.

OMA Event Highlights Gentrification and Redlining in Seattle

January 23, 2020

Seattle University is promoted in many ways, being in the middle of multiple well-known Seattle neighborhoods. Whether it be Capitol...

A Problem Hidden in Plain Sight: How the Seattle U Food Pantry is Helping Fight Hunger on Campus

May 8, 2019

According to a 2018 study conducted by the Wisconsin HOPE Lab, 36% of university students at 66 surveyed universities and colleges...

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OMA’s ‘Documented’ Finds Power in Documentation of the Past

February 21, 2019

During winter quarter, Seattle University’s Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) set out to highlight the ways in which thorough...

Keeping Dr. King’s Flame Burning in Times of Darkness

Frances Divinagracia, News Editor

April 15, 2018

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that,” Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said. Wednesday, April 4 marked the 50th year since the assassination of King, a prominent leader of the civil rights movement in America during the 1950s and 1960s. 50 years after his...

Creator of “What the Body Knows” to Host Moral Mondays Event

March 1, 2017

Choreographer, creative performer and queer, disabled artist of color Barak adé Soleil will be featured in the upcoming Moral...

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